U.S. negotiators should represent U.S. interests

Laws, Forrest
June 2003
Southeast Farm Press;6/18/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 16, p4
Trade Publication
Discusses the views of Bobby Green, cotton farmer and chairman of the U.S. National Cotton Council, on the trade agreements established by trade negotiators in the U.S. Impact of a textile agreement of the U.S. with Vietnam on the cotton industry; Factors to consider by trade negotiators regarding regional trade agreements; Details on the trade agreements of the U.S. with the Caribbean Basin countries and Andean countries.


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